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GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

GARDEN- •&. FIELD CALENDAR ^ roil January. Whit ten SrEciAw/ir for Argylk Libeiul Owing to the lato'rains the soilisriovr iri; good form for cropping; and it will doubly repay farmers to sow at once large areas '.-'of; winter fodder plants. Those fodder, roots provB-inore vflliiable than hay for winter feediug, especially- for dairy .purposes. Mangels, swedes, £ &c., and Hungarian niiUet shquldvbo, largely sown, • the: latter, inakes good ensilage if. it is mixed .with , corn or sorghum. If you sow in rows -'it w.illadinit-of-.thinnmg aud cultivation be tween the erop«i./All land should be' well and : properlyJ mulched, so as to ensure good crops. Tho Aveathor is likely to bo stormy during tho month with spells of I severe heat. . - , . |. Kitchen Garden.—Tho molon and pump kin vines will require pinching bncd,: also attend to the tomato plants. Sow all kinds ofbeans, also cauliflowers, cabbage, swodes; carrots; lettuce and radish; If you mnlchifrcoly you will be rep...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

COMMERCIAL. CROOKWEIiti PRICES CURRENT. CThat is. letaeen the producer and first -jpnrchaser.J Wheat, .2/9 per bushel Oats, 18 9d to buahwl Maize, to 3s 9d busuol. . Pioiu-, X9 >G8 -10s ton Bi;an,.Scl to. ;.9d;pei' buahel : follarcl,-lOd to Is i)or tmahel Oil Cake, 8s .par ewe " Chaff (oateiij to :£2 103 per ton' :: Potatoes—Circular Heads (eating) to.E3. Onions, 6s per cwt; (nan) ■ Eggs, lOd pe<\do7.ea Butter (factory;; .Sid; dairy (id Bacon, 9d ; hams, 9Jd Beeswax, lOd lb . . • Horisehair, lOcl.to la Lard, (id.lb Sheepskins, fid to fi{d. lb Hides, 3d to-Id lb Poultry—Fowls, 3/ to-3/G- pair; ducks, . 3/ to 3/3 pair;, geese, 5/.- to 0/; Turkeys—hens, 5s to 7s,. gobblors 8s to 13s pair

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

GOTJLBURN- PiilCES. CURRENT: Wheat, 2s 6dper bueliel " :J?lour, -fil" 03 to £12 10s new '£8 IDs. Bran, 7d to 8d bushel .Maize, 3/3bushel ; Biu'ley (for feeding purposes), 2/0 to 3/ Onts—feed 2/0 to/;}/, seed 2/0 to 3/ Hay, >C1 15/ to .£2 ton-. . Si;mw, £2 5/ to .£3 ton . ; Cijaft', .£& 15,' to £3 ton (inclusive o£ bags). Onions, 6s pur owt. • iluttei'—factory 8d, dairy 7clu Lard, 8}d,to 9jd lb ■ Eggs, S)d; dozen Potatoes, i32 to .£& 10* ton j Brownells (seed) £4 0s Cattle—Bullocks £4 5s to £i) 5s ; cows ' JJ3 5s to £5, heifers £4 to .6-i loss springers£5 Os to £7 15s,-steers J!3 to £a 10s Sheep—Wethers 10s to 17s; ewes 12/6 ■ ' to I5s - : Pigs—Put to £3 ; porl-ors 29s ■< to 40s j stores 12s to 22s; slips 10s to 12a,. • • suckers 7/6 to 16s 6d Beef (retail) 4idto 6d lb Mutton:,, 3Ad to 5d. Hides, 3d to -Id per lb - Tallow, ,£18 to JJ22 per ton . Wattle bark, to JJ4, hickory to. 30s ton . . Poultry—Fowls 4s to 6s pair ; turkeys— , gobblers L7s 6d to 303, ...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Meeting of Town Commoners. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Sleeting of Town Commoners. A meeting of Orookwell commonei'S took place at the School of Arts on a B'riday night. The tln\3e years having expired for which the previous trustees''.had;been elected, the principal' business before the meeting was the election,of new cuistees, • and tho re ception of the financial statement of tl'.c old^tyust. Mr. VVm. Wood occu pied the cliiuiynnd tlM miuutex of the previous meeting were readiaiidjcoii iirmed. ' A siatement.of "receipts .aiitl expenditure was placed before the meeting by the 'secretary of t.liefyus tees, but owing to the glaring errors contained therein, it was decided to • adjourn the meeting till Tuesday night (to-ni^ht) to allow ofcu correct' statement being .prepared*'

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Colliery Disaster. LONDON, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

OolIieiyiDlsaster.. .London, Jan. 27; . Men engaged in the work of rescue at. the Harwj.clc Colliery found at the bottom o± the shaft a pile of legs, arms and trunksof human bodies. Frag ments of bodies' were distri buted all over the mine. The explosion lore men to pieces. One hundred women liad.; been; rendered widows, and "500 children have become orphans through the explosion.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Irrigation Work and Private Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Irrigation Work ami IMyuto • =-. ' • Eiiierpl'ise-" s The Iv[ nit(ter.for Works explnins that it has been decided ,bj' j-fie. Govern ment {to, hold itsjiand' with' '-regard to the proposal' of Mr.' S M'Canglioy, M.L.C., to oxpe,iid a. boiisideiTbio an m of inoiiey iiVcbiistniot.itig'nn.ii'rigatioii channel from the AfuyTumbidgee, and •to accept payment fen- Uie work, in tho shape of a free supply of waver during a certain period. The decision of the Government has been, arrived at for two reasons.' In th'i Arst" placd, Mr. M'Oiiugliey's schcme forms '.part of .tho. Ifii'iior proposals submitted to 'the; State by Mr. Gibson, of, .Hay, ns tho representative of niVEnglisli syndicate. In the second; placo, a solect committoo of tho -Legislative Assembly having .reported favourably on Mr. 'Gibson's 'scheme, it is thetlcsivc of the Govern ment, befo'ro any. legislative enactment in passed, thajj Parliament should be. first asketl to express an opinion on tlio important question as to whet...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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The New Land Act. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Tlie JfeivXaiul Act. WARiiKN, "Friciay.—Mr.' Hose M.L.A., under auspicies of the local branch ot the Farmers' and Settlers' 'Association,, ad dressed a .large and representa tive gathering^-at the- Oddfel low's Hall last" nig >.t, on the new Land Act. The only cure for the tendency to overcrowd I the towns and cities was, he said, to make living.on the land i more attractive. He •r' com-1 pared the arbitrary capital value imposed on our* country laiids with the price in Canada, United States, and the Argen-. tine; Tb^re was,-.be urged, . a belt of couutry -adjoining the Western Division'mot suitable for wheat . growing which should have *spccinL ligistative trepfinent. ■ - : A nugget of gold wuigliiug • 33oz won unearthed Just week ut. Trunkey Greek by - Jolui Atkins,-a miner. . Palls of 6tiow • wertv reporfed from Dry..Plain and Kiuudru ou Thui'tiday last.: •

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Complaint Against the New Land Act. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Complaint Against the New Land Act. Cowra, Thursday-.~-A' number of homestead areas, which. were thrown open recently," were balltitted for to ddy in the Courthouse. This was the first bailot conducted here under the now Act? and it hat) brought to light what is considered a serious I defect in the Act-—namely, that these, home stead areas can also be applied for as additional -conditional -purehasesj.by •holders of conditional purchases adja cent, who have not a sufficient ni ea on; vwhich.to makeia living. These latter will be-dealt with direct by the Lnul •jUioaiid'at' its-first sitting here. Iu the meantime the local GrownIjand Agent has conducted! a ballot arUongst the homestead selection. applicants, and. some of those;.who are successful in the . ballot may discover when the Land Hoard meets: that that; body will award tho land they, have secured .in the ballot to :some oilier porsonji-'w'ho; has applied for it as ati additional coiidiiional purchase: It is considered by thos...

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A Comparison. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

A Coinparisoii. Comparison:of prices-. obtain ing in-. Sydney 12 months ago with the figures now ruling in the city. -.—Wheat 6s per bushe 1, no w. Bs flour £12 -per ton, now £8 ; bvlin, ls."5d per bushel,"now 6-|d ; pollard, Is lid per bushel, now 7Jrd.

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Shocking Motor Accident. LONDON, Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Shocking Motor Accident. Lo.\'i>on, Jan. 29. A shucking motor car accident hns occurred lit Cannes, in tho south'-of franco; ^ The motor cur, an English .oi:e, came.'into; collision with a tree, and the"6ccupants were tliro\vn;a dis tance of 20 yards. Mrs.-Railiborn, an 1 ■American lady, was killed. Another lady had one of her arms and one of her legs, and also her coliar-bone, fractured. : Three men were badly •injured.

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Sheep-Killing Pig. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Sheep-Killing Pig. A SHEEP.Ki-LLiNG pig (reports an exchange) has turned rip in Gippsland,. So far.: 13 sheep slain in one night is its best .average.. The. farmers are tak ing shifts- to watch the cunning pprkerj but so far without suc cess.

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ENGLAND v. TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

^Encilwd,v. Tasmanta. . —vl'lio tenglisK^Aoara comraoncod; their S C D n 11 rl mat-oli, v. Tasmamu" Tl t' Jjiiuiieestou on- .Friday. Up' to fcho drawing of stumps on Saturday night the sciovo was as follows :—Tasmania 'first lm'i ngs, 141; England first innings, o53 (Hay ward 134) ; Tas nianin second iuniriffs,-no wickets for 170 (Savingney 113).

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KIALLA v. GRABBEN GULLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

KiAT,r,A v. Quahden Gi:r,r,RN. : : The above match eventuated on Saturday afternoon List-, and resulted in an easy win for the fortner with nix wickets and 160 runs to spare. For Kialla A. Gillespie (124 not) played a brilliant iuiiinga, and H. Oollis (75) played attractive criokefc. Following are tho scores - • : GvJjLEH. / . T. Ho^an, b Gillespie ... "" .. 16 M. Hogan,:b Gijlespio ... ... 12 Treneyi'b Gillespia ..... ... ; ... 20' Hewitt, b Gillespie ... - ... ... ' 2 ;JJ. MeOormaelc, c .Collis, b Gillospie XAnderaon, not. out-j ... ... \T. Lannan, b Gillespie .. Mo.Sorley, c Gillespie, b Kennedy Hauuan, c Collia,' ii Gillespie... Hayes, b Gilleapie; ....' . ... S. ijftnii'ah,' c Kennedy, 1) Gillespie■'! Sundries I .... Total ;|Kialla, Collis, c sub., b ileCormack Hannafoi'd, o Hojjan, b Ti-eaey flobson, c 'l're.icy, b T. Hogau .T. Kennedy, b Treacy .. A. Gillosi):«, notjQut, R,Kenn6yy,"no(ftmfc v ... : Sundnea ' .... • ... Total for 4 iviakots 25(1

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RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

| ■ ; - RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. -—^I'hio-fol^qwirTg iftte sjliloof charges for,' rtlie~fcamfl^ofo^rparoeli}:OUTtli[e:" Government uulnaya:— •« i-> ' . Stamped Parcels (Prepaid) Bates. ■■..■■ Up to 10 miles—31b. and under,. 3tl; 31b. to • 7lb., 3d; 71b. to l'llb., Cd; 14lb. to 281U., 9d j 281b. to 561b., 1/; 561b. to 841b., I/O; every additional 141bs. or • ' pai-fc thereof-ad. • Tor^ol to 150 imica—31b. > and. under cGd,-< 3lb. to 71b„ 9d; :7lb.,to 141b., 1|; 141b. to 281b,, 1/G; 2Slb. to 501b., 2/6; 561b. to 8=flb„ 3/6; every additional 1411), or'pcrt thereof, 9d.' For 151 to',200 miles—Mb. and'<u»der, 1/V ■ 31b. to 71b„ 1/3, 71b. to 14lb„ 1/9'; 14ib. to 281b., 2/0; 281b, to 5Glb., 4/; ^ 56k. to 841b.. 5/3; every additional 141b. or pait theieaf, 1/. iOver ilOO miles—31b. uud 'Uader^ X/G: 31b. to 71b., 2/; 71b. to 14lb., 2/6; 14!b. to 281b., 41, 281b. to 501b., 6/; 561b. to 841b., 8/; every additional 141b. orpart -. thereof, 1/6. . / i • . All fractions ...

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SPORTING. Cricket. CROOKWELL V. NORTH WHEEO. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

SPORTING.. 'Cricket. C.ROOKWKM. V.- IfOKTir. WhEKO. The above tennis played a draw at Wheeo ou Saturday afternoon. Tim AlcOormack and S. vVYrighfc were the respective captains.; ' \Vheoo batted ■'first- aiid{ compiled: ■ 158 runs. "Tim .'M'cpormack (52)f played sound cricket, J. Singer (17) and J, O'Brien (14) also played >yell.' \, Qrookwell had lost, six .wickets for 115 wheu time was called. D: Taylor (41) nnd-S. Wright (20) ~bafted bestrfor Crdok'w'el'l.. Fol lowing are-the scores - "• Whef.o. Tim RlcCormack, e Graham, b Wright 52 Tynan, c Clifton, b Wright ... ... 2 JI. MeCormaok", c/Qlifton, 1) Wright... 10 J. WiUane, o Frost,"b:Wright :I '1'. J. McCormack, run out ... - ... -19'1 O'Brien,-b Frost ... ... ... 14 Singer, c Kingsmiil, b Wright ^ ... 17 M. I'. Anderson, c.C!aiiadel 1, b Wright', 0 M. Andex-son, c siibl, b'Wriglit'" ... 9 J. McCqrnmcl;, run out ...' ... 13 .T. Anderson, not put .. ... 13 - Sundries , ... ... ... 11 Total ... . ... ... 168 CROOK\TKI>Ti. ; ■ '...

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STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

I' /STOCK BATES TO^FLEMING'TOtf. r-^ie rate per ,fciuok,_(catfc)e or sheep) from Ciookwell to Plemmgton is £4 3/9.,

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Murders by Natives. LONDON, Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Mi'irdors by Natives. Loxikw, Ja»). 29; | .-Xiio natives who revolted have mui* dertid ,10- Germans in;-'Damaraliuid (Gorman South-West Africa), and 70 others aro missing. The Kaffirs in German South-West Africa:.have joined, tho Hororos, who aro attacking Okaluinilja.

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GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

GOTJLBTTRN TO CROOKWELL LINE. A. train . leaves Goulbum ■ daily, Sundays . and Wednesdays excepted, at 7.2<j a.ni. ;;; Eoslyn, 8.35 jv. arrives Crookwell ■ ,0.30. " H ' A tram leaves Ciookwell daily/, Sundays and Wednesdays excepted,'1 at 3.1<) „ p.m. j Eoelyri, 3.oo; arrives Goulburn" '■ 3 30. ' On Wednesdays trains, leavu Goulbum at 5.15 a.m. and 8. 20 p.m.; Koslyn, 6.1V ■ a,in. and 4._45 p.ni.;j iimvo at Crook well 7.30 a.m. and 5.-10 p:iu. •• • On Wednesdays trams -leave Orookwell-'at" 8.5 a.m. and (5 20 "p m., Bosl.vn, 8 -10 J. . a.m. and 6.50 p. 111.; arrive Goulburn 10.10 a.m. and 8 25 p.m.

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Goulburn Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Goulbui'ii Pastures Protection , '\ ■ 'Hoard. ' ■A. meeting of, the Pastures Pro tec-, tiou Board was held ou Thursday last. There were present Messrs. J. T. Naughton (cbuirtnau);R.'..• O.i Cooper, Cunningham, Gregg, and Hillas. Ap ologies were received from Messrs; McAiister and Kennedy (members of the board). A letter was l'eeeived •frorn'the Carcoar.Board, declining ' to make a refund :id;' the case Police v. >Ross fdr travelling largo stock with out a travelling statement; • From tlid Singletou Board a letter was received covering a resolution in,:favour,of >.all. fees received under, the registration of the Brands Acc being paid to the Pastures Pivtectiori lioa'rd. The under-SecretaVj of Lands wrote covering the Crown->Solioiloi,,s and 'counsel's (Hanbiiry Davis's) opinion re-assessing unstocked ■ or partly stocked country. The opinions state that the Board cannot rate above the carrying capacity of the rui),:notwith standing that the number ro,f stock :thereon rniiy b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Learn ^ the New I Shorthand ! No matter Avlicre you live, I WE WILL IE ACS'YOU' < Slior tliand. ■ 21 lessons for 21/; postage extra. »"■ ' A Only three lessons to write notes ; 21,to completion. , Oar corresjiondence- system of Tuition lias given* E^sui/lys TJnciialleng-iid. BE FP-TO:DATE! Study "^tlie Simplest-and Most ' ^ Practical Systems' * ' Whiti: roii Pauticulaks. CHARLTON UtIBDLE, ~ Gibbs'Chambers, - t Moora-sl.,

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